Water District approves Meter Policy

At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Virgin Valley Water District Board was short by two members. President Nephi Julien was absent due to a family emergency and representative Robert “Bubba” Smith was out of town. So, that left the remaining board memb … [Read more...]

Council to discuss Library and sale of property Tuesday

In a rough run through of the April 14 Regular City Council Meeting during their tech review on April 7, council members had a thing or two to say about several of the items on the agenda, which included the allowance of discussions with the Las … [Read more...]

Air Quality Advisory Issued For Tuesday

Due to expected high winds, Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ) officials are advising residents and operators of local construction sites of the possibility of blowing dust Tuesday afternoon through the evening. At this time, unhealthy … [Read more...]

VVWD Submits New Budget to State

The directors of the Virgin Valley Water District have approved a tentative budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.  At their April 2 special meeting the board completed a second review of the budget and approved having the district staff submit the … [Read more...]

City Seeks to Fill Committee Vacancy

The City of Mesquite is seeking a volunteer to fill a vacancy on the Architectural Review Committee. The committee is a standing committee and members are appointed by the City Council. The charge of the committee is to evaluate building and site … [Read more...]

Kids For Sports kicks off Grant Program

A program that has been in the building stages for just over a year now has finally kicked off, already granting two local applicants funds that allow them to participate in organized sports programs. Monday night saw a small crowd in attendance, … [Read more...]

Joy Eastwood to Serve as Interim City Clerk

Starting April 25, 2015, Joy Eastwood will serve as the interim city clerk.  Eastwood accepted the interim position when Cherry Lawson accepted a position in another organization. Mayor Allan Litman stated, “I want to thank Cherry for the work th … [Read more...]

Spring Weed Abatement Program

It is that time of year when even a desert community like Mesquite receives a fair amount of rain.  Wet winters result in green springs.  But along with the green lawns and desert flowers, we are also prone to see many weeds start popping up.  Left un … [Read more...]

Lawson announces resignation, thanks the community

(Editor's Note: Current City Clerk Cherry Lawson emailed the following on Thursday morning, March 26, 2015. It will be printed in the April 2 MLN as well as any details on who will fill her position at the end of her employment.) Dear Mesquite … [Read more...]

Montoya at the helm

With last week’s sudden departure of Bryan Dangerfield, the Director of Athletics and Leisure Services for the City of Mesquite, Assistant Director Nick Montoya has been placed into his role as ‘Interim’ Director, although City Manager Andy Barton men … [Read more...]